Helping Clients Tolerate the Intolerable

How can we help clients process their trauma without reliving it? And how do we help clients come back from LOW arousal before completely shutting down?

These are just a few of the important issues that my friends at NICABM will be getting into in this week’s free broadcast of the Treating Trauma Master Series.

The top experts in treating trauma will share the latest information on working with dysregulation:

  • How to Bring a Client Back from a State of Hypoarousal
  • How to Help Clients Calm Their Bodies and Reengage the Thinking Brain
  • How to Know Whether a Client’s Dysregulation Is a Symptom of Bipolar Disorder or Trauma
  • Strategies to Help Clients Tolerate Distress After Trauma
  • The Critical Difference in the Brain Between Processing Trauma and Reliving Trauma
  • The Neural Breakdown That Opens a Client Up to PTSD (and How to Reverse It)

Thousands of practitioners from all around the world have been tuning in each week to watch these free sessions of the Treating Trauma Master Series. So far, 35,980 people from 117 countries have tuned into this 5-part program.

So I hope you’ll check it out for yourself. It’s free to watch – you just need to sign up.

And if you’d like to keep all of the video and audio recordings for the entire series, plus transcripts and bonus sessions, you can sign up to become a Gold Subscriber.

CE/CME credits are also available.

Norm

PS The next free session in the Treating Trauma Master Series is this Wednesday and Thursday, October 31 and November 1. Here’s the link again where you can register for free.

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